Comedian and author David Walliams talks about the inspiration behind his new children’s book “The Midnight Gang.”
Sonja Laud, investment director of global multi asset group at Barings Asset Management, says she wouldn’t be surprised if the markets saw a “reversal month” in January, yet “negative surprises” may occur.
CNBC’s Arjun Kharpal talks about the opportunities and challenges that the virtual reality market and its headset devices face at present.
Euromonitor International Home Industries Analyst, Angeline Le Menach talks about how consumer spending trends are changing, as the holiday season draws to a close.
Rathbones Head of Fixed Income Bryn Jones talks about inflation expectations going into 2017.
Amazon has been awarded a patent for a giant flying warehouse that acts as a launch-pad for drones to deliver items within minutes. CNBC’s Arjun Kharpal discusses.
Was Brexit a gift that kept on giving for luxury department store Harrods this Christmas? Its Managing Director Michael Ward weighs in.
Harrods Managing Director Michael Ward talks about the impact that the weak sterling may – or may not – have on the department store.
Nationwide Chief Economist Robert Gardner takes a look at U.K. house price growth and how it’s developed over the course of 2016.
Looking at U.S. politics, Brian Klaas, fellow in comparative politics at London School of Economics, says there’s been “very little progress” on the Middle East peace process.
Markets in Europe started Thursday lower as the light Christmas trading period continued.
Structurally, is inflation really going to come through under a Donald Trump administration? HSBC Global Economist, James Pomeroy weighs in, with comment on the Fed.
Bruno Verstraete, partner at Lakefield Partners, believes there is still some potential left for a rise in the U.S. dollar, albeit limited compared to 2016. Added comments on Europe.
Tressis Gestion CIO Daniel Lacalle takes a look at the structure of the European Union, while looking at specific countries and their current sentiment such as Finland.
The U.S. Secretary of State heavily criticized the Israeli Prime Minister’s policy of building settlements on occupied land, saying it jeopardized the Middle East peace process.
The change of China’s model is delivering neither the growth nor the improvement in the economy that the world expected, says Tressis Gestion CIO, Daniel Lacalle.
Henderson Global Investors Fixed Income Portfolio Manager, Andrew Mulliner takes a look at the performance of the bond market and where it’s heading.
With 2017 on the horizon, Tariq Ali, investment strategist at Standard Chartered Wealth Management, gives his investment outlook for Japan and other parts of Asia.
Carn Macro Advisors Founder Nick Carn takes a look at the populist voice that’s emerged in 2016, and how it should be played in the markets during 2017.
Tariq Ali, investment strategist at Standard Chartered Wealth Management, talks about how investors should hedge against potential volatility in emerging markets next year.